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Papua New Guinea Nebilyer Valley

$21.95 / lb 16 oz
48 cents per serving (45 servings)

Smallholder lots like this show the tie between the beauty of the people, the beauty of the coffee, and the beauty of the landscape. Notes of honey, melon, and sweet pastry, with a lingering dry cocoa finish.

Last order date: February 28

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Flavor Profile

Melon, Brioche, Dry Cocoa

Roast Details

Roast: Roasting is the catalyst for expressing the aroma, flavor, and individuality of a coffee through the essential, transformational application of heat.

Brightness: Acidity. Liveliness. A desirable, sharp, and pleasing sensation that heightens coffee’s flavor.

Body: The tactile impression of thickness and viscosity in the mouth, independent of taste and aroma.











Type: Single Origin

Origin: Mount Elgon, Uganda

Process: Washed


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The Story

What really matters to us is great coffee. And what we celebrate here is great Uganda coffee; this lot is from Mount Elgon, the premier growing region of washed and organic arabica coffees. We don't see Uganda lots this spot on that often—the transit is long and difficult. So taking arrival of a batch this impressive is a treat; we tasted it, and we liked it (to be honest, we loved it).

Brewing Methods

For Papua New Guinea Nebilyer Valley

  • Chemex brewing combines simple function and elegant design. The resulting coffee is clean, bright and particularly rewarding for medium and light roasts.

    Total Time

    5 minutes

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  • The press pot, or French Press, offers direct infusion for full-bodied coffee. It's an ideal companion for dark roasts, bringing out rich, complex flavors.

    Total Time

    ~5 Minutes

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  • Brewing cold from start to finish results in bold, smooth, refreshing coffee with lower acidity than coffee that’s been brewed hot and then iced.

    Total Time

    12+ hours

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